British Pollsters Were Way Off; Do 'Shy Tories' Explain Why?
Despite pre-election polling pointing to a neck-and-neck race, the U.K.'s Conservative Party won with a clear victory. Why were the polls so wrong?By Elizabeth Hagedorn | May 8, 2015
These were the front pages heading into Thursday's election — all predicting a dead heat between David Cameron's Conservative Party and Ed Miliband's Labour Party.
And yet ...
"David Cameron, against all predictions, led his party to an outright victory," a BBC anchor said.